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    Using the functional elements of the parent organization as the administrative home for a project offers a number of potential advantages. In theory, this allows maximum flexibility in the use of in-house staff. In practice, this is not always the case. What causes this apparent advantage to become a liability in some organizations?

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    One of the biggest problems in project management when using the multi-function team is that everyone but the project manager works ...

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    The solution explains the liabilities of allowing maximum flexibility in using in-house staff.